Woody Allen doesn’t see his filmmaking career ending any time soon.
Speaking at a press conference before the start of production on his latest film, the 83-year-old director made clear that he continues to work into the foreseeable future.
“I have never thought of retiring,” he said, according to Deadline. “Since I started, I’ve always tried to focus on my work, no matter what happens in my family or with politics. I don’t think about social movements, for example. My cinema is about human relationships, about people. And I try to have humour in them. If I were to die, I would probably die on a film set, which may well happen.”
Allen has faced allegations of sexual molestation from his daughter Dylan Farrow, and his comments about the #MeToo movement led Amazon to terminate their deal with him, leaving his film “A Rainy Day in New York” unreleased.